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Flamborough Head



3.67 | 64 ratings

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FLAMBOROUGH HEAD (named after a promontory in England's Yorkshire coast) exist since the early 90's due to the love of keyboardist Edo Spanninga for classic progressive rock.After some line-up changes the band released an eponymous cassette in 1994,which received good reviews,and led to their debut ''Unspoken whisper'' in 1997.This is a typical album of the Dutch neo progressive scene (if this term can be considered as correct) with heavy emphasis on melody and atmosphere.Main influences are coming from bands like PINK FLOYD (lots of atmospheric piano parts and soaring guitars) and PENDRAGON (nice keyboard/guitar driven melodies),while the vocals are clear,non-accented and very warm.I also consider as a plus the very strong production,which finally makes ''Unspoken whisper'' a very strong debut and gave FLAMBOROUGH HEAD a ticket of a long journey in the world of progressive rock.A recommended album with both neo and symphonic leanings.

apps79 | 3/5 |


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